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    Anthony Ricaud avatar Anthony Ricaud

    HTML and CSS techniques to reduce your JavaScript

    relying on solutions provided natively by browsers enables you to benefit at low cost from the expertise of the community creating web standards. These solutions generally have the advantage of using less code, thus reducing maintenance efforts for a development team (for example, no need to update the libraries used).

  2. screenshot of My website is a shifting house next to a river of knowledge. What could yours be?

    Laurel Schwulst

    My website is a shifting house next to a river of knowledge. What could yours be?

    Although they may seem initially accommodating and convenient to their users, universally popular social media sites—like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Pinterest—are private companies that prioritize advertising above their users’ needs. Their users’ happiness is not the primary focus, so it’s perfectly normal for you to feel anxiety when using or even thinking about social media. In this age of digital cacophony dominated by these platforms, no one is looking out for you… but you. It makes perfect sense, then, when individuals tell me they want their website to do the job of “setting the record straight” on who they are and what they do.

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    Zach Leatherman avatar Zach Leatherman


    Get a list of local URL links from a root URL. Works with JavaScript generated content. Can also act as a live-DOM CSS search across multiple files (find all the templates that are using the CSS selector I want to change).

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    Remy Sharp avatar Remy Sharp

    Please disable JavaScript to view this site

    Most of the web sites I visit on an average day require JavaScript to allow me to navigate the site fully. At least once a week there will be a web site that fails to fully load JavaScript for me and I'll (rage) quit the site and usually committing it to a bank of "web sites I can't be arsed to ever visit again because they messed up".

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